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June 03, 2011 
A member of the platform in defense of Andalusian products "Yo? Producto Andaluz!" (I? Andalusian product!)... 
Benalmadena, Spain 
A member holds cucumbers in Benalmadena 
A member of the platform in defense of Andalusian products "Yo? Producto Andaluz!" (I? Andalusian product!) holds cucumbers during a campaign to promote the consumption of the fruit in Benalmadena, near Malaga in southern Spain June 3, 2011. Germany will consider measures to compensate Spanish farmers for the loss of sales due to their produce being blamed for the outbreak of E.coli in Europe, a statement from Spain's presidential office said on Thursday. Spain is threatening legal action and wants compensation for its farmers, who say lost sales are costing them 200 million euros ($290 million) a week and could put 70,000 people out of work. The sign reads, "Germany: Pay what you owe!". REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD HEALTH) 
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